Porsche 911 Carrera S Manual
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Features: * Prototypical fully painted. * Die-cast metal body. * Rubber tires with accurate wheels. * Separately applied details. * Full interior.
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Part Number: 19186
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|RogerW||12:05am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|This is a review of the 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe with the manual 6 speed transmission. Intro:For 1999.|
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|The Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet handles like a dream as if it was glued to the road. Acceleration is mind blowing!|
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Porsche 911 Carrera/Carrera S
Porsche 911 Carrera/S
Akrapovi Slip-On exhaust system for the Porsche 911 Carrera/Carrera S/ Cabriolet/Targa (997 DFI) Akrapovi Slip-On Race exhaust system for the Porsche 911 Carrera/Carrera S/Cabriolet/Targa (997 DFI) In its thoroughly refurbished edition, the Porsche 911 family now hosts further improved direct injection engines under the hood that can be combined with a coupe or a cabriolet body shell, the Targa edition or with a four-wheel or a rear-wheel drive. In addition to the homologated aftermarket Slip-On exhaust system for Porsche 911 Carrera, we also offer a version of the Slip-On Race aftermarket exhaust system, which answers even the most demanding wishes. The system also boasts an optional kit for exhaust valves control, which allows for the regulation of noise levels of the exhaust system and offers a choice between a regular and a racing sound. The latter will bring extra pleasure to the owner, because it is reminiscent of the best in the 911 series, the GT3 model and makes one feel like they themselves are in the middle of a race. The loud sound is not the only inspiring aspect. The Porsche 911 Carrera (997 DFI) is also tangibly better with regard to efficiency. A Porsche with the Akrapovi Slip-On Race exhaust system is noticeably more powerful between 3.000 and 6.500 rpm. It is therefore that much more pleasurable pushing it to its limits and making it roar with the distinctive GT3 sound. Its position to asphalt is also improved, because the Akrapovi SlipOn Race system offers an almost 10 kilogram* weight reduction in comparison to the stock system. This offers a better power to weight ratio when power is greatly increased. Our engineers were also able to extract additional power of 17 HP* and torque of 30 Nm*. Slip-On Race system: titanium side mufflers titanium link pipes 4 titanium tail pipes Hard facts: plus 17 HP (at 3.820 rpm)* plus 30 Nm (at 3.650 rpm)* 10 kg* lighter than stock Slip-On system, homologated: titanium side mufflers titanium link pipes 4 titanium tail pipes Hard facts: plus 9 HP (at 3.650 rpm)* plus 17 Nm (at 3.660 rpm)* 5 kg* lighter than stock Optional: Wireless kit for exhaust valves
* Carrera S
Hard facts: Titanium, 17 HP plus, 30 Nm plus, 10 kg lighter
Porsche 911 Carrera/Carrera S Slip-On system
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Orientation guides in the Owners Manual
The orientation guides in the Owners Manual are highlighted in yellow. Overall Table of Contents At the start of the Owners Manual you will find an overview of the overall contents of the Owners Manual. Section Contents There is a summary of topics with the corresponding page numbers at the beginning of each main chapter. Index There is a detailed, alphabetical index at the end of this Owners Manual.
Porsche, the Porsche crest, 911, Carrera, Targa, PCCB, PCM, PDK, PSM and Tequipment are registered trademarks and the distinctive shapes of Porsche automobiles are trademarks of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. All rights reserved. Printed in Germany
We would like to thank you for your purchase of a Porsche Sports car. Judging by the car you have chosen, you are a motorist of a special breed, and you are probably no novice when it comes to automobiles. Remember however, as with any vehicle, you should take time to familiarize yourself with your Porsche and its performance characteristics. Always drive within your own unique capabilities as a driver and your level of experience with your Porsche. Ensure that anyone else driving your Porsche does the same. To prevent or minimize injury, always use your safety belts. Never consume alcohol or drugs before or during the operation of your vehicle. This Owners Manual contains a host of useful information. Please take the time to read this manual before you drive your new Porsche. Become familiar with the operation of your Porsche car for maximum safety and operating pleasure. The better you know your Porsche, the more pleasure you will experience driving your new car. Always keep your Owners Manual in the car, and give it to the new owner if you ever sell your Porsche.
A separate Maintenance Booklet explains how you can keep your Porsche in top driving condition by having it serviced regularly. A separate Warranty and Customer Information Booklet contains detailed information about the warranties covering your Porsche. For U.S. only: If you believe that your vehicle has a fault which could cause a crash, injury or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (Porsche Cars N.A.). If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety problem exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you and your dealer, or Porsche Cars N.A. To contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800424-9153); go to http://www.safercar.gov; or write to: Administrator, NHTSA, 400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC 20590. You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.savercar.gov. Your car has thousands of parts and components which have been designed and manufactured in accordance with Porsches high standards of engineering quality and safety.
Warning! Any alteration or misuse of the vehicle can lead to accidents and severe or fatal personal injuries. Any alteration of the vehicle may negate or interfere with those safety features built into the vehicle. Modifications may be carried out on your vehicle only if approved by Porsche. Your Porsche is intended to be used in a safe manner obeying the local laws and in the light of driving conditions faced by you, and in accordance with the instructions provided in this Owners Manual. f Do not misuse your Porsche by ignoring those laws and driving conditions, or by ignoring the instructions in this manual. Caution! The fitting of racing tires (e.g. slicks) for sporting events is not approved by Porsche. Very high cornering speeds can be achieved with racing tires. However, the resulting transverse acceleration values would jeopardize the adequate supply of oil to the engine. Porsche therefore will not accept any warranty or accept any liability for damage occurring as a result of non-compliance with this provision. f Do not fit racing tires (e.g. slicks) for sporting events on your vehicle.
Regularly check your vehicle for signs of damage. Damaged or missing aerodynamic components such as spoilers or underside panels affect the driving behavior and therefore must be replaced immediately. Your car may have all or some of the components described in this manual. Should you have difficulty understanding any of the explanations of features or equipment installed in your vehicle, contact your authorized Porsche dealer. He/She will be glad to assist you. Also check with your dealer on other available options or equipment. Throughout this booklet, left is designated as the drivers side of the vehicle, and right as the passengers side of the vehicle. Text, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the information available at the time of printing. It has always been Porsches policy to continuously improve its products. Porsche, therefore, reserves the right to make changes in design and specification, and to make additions or improvements in its product without incurring any obligation to install them on products previously manufactured. We wish you many miles of safe and pleasurable driving in your Porsche.
f The belts must be kept clean or the retractors may not work properly. Please see the chapter CAR CARE INSTRUCTIONS on Page 224. f Never bleach or dye safety belts. f Do not allow safety belts to retract until they are completely dry after cleaning or this may cause damage to the belt.
Depending on the force of an impact, fastened front seat safety belts are tightened in an accident. The belt tensioners are triggered in: Front, side and rear impacts of sufficient severity. For the Cabriolet, in cases of vehicle rollover. Note The belt-tensioner system can be triggered only once; the system must be replaced afterward. If there is a fault in the belt-tensioner system, the airbag warning light lights up. Work may be performed on the belt-tensioner system only by an authorized Porsche dealer. Smoke is released when the belt tensioners are triggered. This does not indicate a fire in the vehicle.
Safety Belt Warning System
An audio-visual warning system is interconnected with the drivers safety belt. Every time the ignition is turned on, the gong will sound for about 6 seconds to remind driver and passenger to buckle up. In addition, the gong will sound for approx. 90 seconds if vehicle speed exceeds 15 mph/24 km/h. The safety belt warning lights in the instrument panel and on-board computer will go off as soon as the driver has buckled up.
Fastening the safety belt
f Assume a comfortable sitting position. f Please see the chapter SEAT POSITION on Page 30. f The shoulder belt should always rest on your upper body. The shoulder belt should never be worn behind your back or under your arm. f Grasp belt and pull the belt in a continuous slow motion across your chest and lap. f Insert belt tongue into buckle on inboard side of seat. Push down until it securely locks with an audible click. Pull the belt to check. f Pull shoulder section to make sure belt fits snugly across the pelvis.
Inertia reel retractor
The combination lap/shoulder belt with inertia reel locking mechanism adjusts automatically to your size and movements as long as the pull on the belt is slow. Rapid deceleration during hard braking or a collision locks the belt. The belt will also lock when you drive up or down a steep hill or in a sharp curve, otherwise, the shoulder belt will not inhibit your upper body movement.
f Please see the chapter KEY-OPERATED AIRBAG DEACTIVATION DEVICE on Page 49. f Please see the chapter CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS on Page 50. f Please see the chapter LATCH SYSTEM CHILD SEAT BRACKET ON THE PASSENGERS SEAT on Page 54. Note f After inserting the ignition key, the PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF warning light lights up for a few seconds as a bulb check. PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp lights up The passenger's airbag is switched off.
PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp
Danger! Risk of serious personal injury or death due to the passenger airbag triggering unintentionally. When the ignition key is inserted and the up to one-year old child is seated in the child restraint system on the passengers seat, the indicator lamp PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF must be on. If the PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp does not light up, it could indicate a fault in the system. In this case: f Child restraint systems facing forwards: Install on the rear seats. f Child restraint systems facing rearwards: On vehicles with key-operated airbag deactivation device: Switch to position OFF. f Child restraint systems facing rearwards: On vehicles without key-operated airbag deactivation device: Do not use a child restraint system in the front passengers seat. f Have the fault remedied at your nearest authorized Porsche dealer.
Note on operation Although not desired, it can occur in the case of heavier children that the passengers airbag remains active or, in the case of very light adults or young persons, that the passengers airbag is deactivated. The condition of the passengers front airbag is shown by the indicator lamp. If in doubt: f Please see the chapter PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF INDICATOR LAMP DOES NOT LIGHT UP on Page 47.
PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp does not light up The passenger's airbag is active and ready for operation. If the passenger's seat is not occupied, the PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp will also not light up, even though the passenger's airbag is switched off.
Note The key switch for switching off the passengers airbag in combination with the LATCH attachment bracket are not installed at the factory. They can be retrofitted. f Please see your authorized Porsche dealer.
In order to ensure long-term functioning, the airbag system must be inspected by an authorized Porsche dealer at the intervals recommended in your Maintenance Booklet. Important information If you sell your Porsche, notify the purchaser that the vehicle is equipped with airbags, and refer them to the chapter, Airbag Systems, in the Owner's Manual (safety and disposal rules). Further information on the airbag system can be found on stickers attached to the sun visors. For special recommendations on the use of child restraints: f Please see the chapter CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS on Page 50.
Warning light and warning message
Faults are indicated by a warning light in the instrument panel and a message on the on-board computer. f Please see the chapter WARNINGS ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL AND THE ON-BOARD COMPUTER on Page 158. f In the following cases you should immediately consult an authorized Porsche dealer in order to assure the airbag system is functioning properly: If the warning light does not light up when the ignition key is inserted or If the warning light does not go out once the engine is running or If the warning light appears while driving.
The parking light can only be switched on when the ignition is switched off. f Move the lever up or down to switch on the right or left parking light.
f Always switch off windshield wipers in car wash to prevent them wiping unintentionally (intermittent or sensor operation). f Always switch off windshield wipers before cleaning the windshield to avoid unintentional operation (intermittent or sensor operation). f Do not operate the headlight washer in car washes. f Do not operate headlight washer when it is frozen.
5 Windshield wipers and washer system: f Pull wiper lever towards the steering wheel. The washer system sprays and wipes while the lever is pulled towards the steering wheel. When the wiper lever is released, a few drying wipes are executed. A - Headlight washer: The washer sprays only while low beam or high beam is switched on. f Briefly push button A to operate headlight washer system. f If heavily soiled, repeat wash. The headlight washer system automatically sprays once for every ten times the front windshield washer system is operated. Note The windshield washer nozzles are heated when the ignition is on, as a precaution against freezing.
Front wiper and headlight washer system
0 Windshield wipers off 1 Rain sensor operation for front windshield wipers f Move wiper lever upwards to the first click. Please see the chapter RAIN SENSOR on Page 85. 2 Windshield wipers slow f Move wiper lever upwards to the second click. 3 Windshield wipers fast f Move wiper lever upwards to the third click. 4 Front windshield wiper one-touch operation: f Move wiper lever downwards. The front windshield wipers wipe once.
Windshield Wiper / Washer Lever
Warning! Danger of injury when the windshield wipers operate unintentionally, e.g. in intermittent or rain sensor operation. Risk of damage to the windshield and wiper system. f Avoid running the wiper blades over a dry windshield to prevent scratching the glass. Spray washer fluid on the windshield first. A scratched windshield will reduce visibility. f Always loosen wiper blades from frozen glass before operating wipers to prevent damage to the wiper motor or blades.
The rear wiper is automatically switched off when a speed of 130 mph (210 km/h) is exceeded. It is switched on again when the speed falls below 124 mph (200 km/h). On vehicles with the Sport Chrono Package Plus, further rear wiper functions can be selected via the PCM. f Please observe the chapter Individual Memory in the separate PCM operating instructions.
6 Rear window wiper intermittent operation f Move wiper lever forwards to the first click. The rear window wiper wipes at preset intervals.
Automatic Air Conditioning System, Heated Rear Window/Door Mirror Heating
Defrosting the windshield Heated rear window Temperature sensor AC OFF button (air-conditioning compressor off/on) Recirculating-air button Temperature button AUTO button (automatic mode) Air distribution to footwell Air distribution to central and side vents Air distribution to windshield Blower speed button
Automatic Air Conditioning System Automatic mode
The automatic air-conditioning system controls the preselected interior temperature completely automatically. If necessary, the automatic system can be manually adjusted. f Press AUTO button G. AUTO will appear on the display panel. Air quantity and distribution are automatically controlled and variations are compensated. All automatic setting functions can be individually changed. This setting is retained until the appropriate function button is pressed again or the AUTO button is pressed.
Automatic air conditioning system, Heated rear window/Door mirror heating
f Press button F upwards or downwards respectively. To suit personal comfort, the interior temperature can be adjusted between 61 F and 85 F/16 C and 29.5 C. Recommendation: 72 F/22 C. If LO or HI appears on the display, the system is operating at maximum cooling or heating power. Automatic control is no longer active. Note If the preselected temperature is changed, the blower speed can increase automatically in automatic mode. The desired temperature is reached more quickly this way. Sensors To avoid affecting the performance of the air-conditioning system: f Do not cover the sun sensor on the instrument panel or the temperature sensor C.
Defrosting the windshield
f Press button A (switch on or off). The windshield is defogged or defrosted as quickly as possible. Air flows to the windshield only. The light-emitting diode in the button lights up.
Adjusting blower speed
f Press button K upwards or downwards respectively. The preset blower speed is increased or decreased. The speed stages are indicated by a bar display. If the button is pressed downwards at the lowest blower stage, the blower and automatic control are switched off. OFF will appear on the display field. Pressing the button upwards or pressing the AUTO button switches the blower and automatic control back on again.
Basic setting Central display:. Radio station The central line B of the on-board computer can be selected in the SET menu. Calling on-board computer functions in display C f Push operating lever up or down (selection field D must be switched off). Average speed ( mph), Average consumption ( mpg), Range on remaining fuel (mls Tire pressure
A - Digital speedometer B - Central display C - Bottom display
The following displays can be called step by step:
Navigation information (if activated in the SET menu). Note The values Average speed, Average consumption and Daily trip mileage can be reset to zero in the SET menu.
Functions and display possibilities
Note The available items and displays in the on-board computer depend on the equipment of your vehicle. For this reason it is possible that some of the items and displays shown here are not available in your on-board computer.
D - Switching selection field D on or off f Push operating lever forward or back.
E - Arrow symbol for continuation Arrow symbol: f Push operating lever down in order to page through the menu. Arrow symbol: f Push operating lever up in order to page through the menu.
The following menus are available, depending on vehicle equipment: 1. LIMIT 2. INFO 3. TEL 4. CHRONO 5. AUDIO 6. NAVI 7. OIL 8. TPM 9. SET
LIMIT Acoustic warning signal for speed limit
The acoustic warning signal can be activated for speeds above 6 mph (10 km/h). The signal sounds when the preset speed is exceeded. For the signal to sound again, the driving speed must fall below the preset speed by at least 3 mph (5 km/h). Switching on selection field D f Push operating lever forward.
Setting the speed
f Select LIMIT with the operating lever.
f Push operating lever forward.
Option 1: Accepting current speed
f Push operating lever forward. The acoustic warning signal is activated for the current speed. Display: If the vehicle is stationary, the message Cannot be accepted with car stopped is displayed.
Option 2: Presetting speed
f Select xx mph with the operating lever. f Push operating lever forward.
f Select LIMIT active with the operating lever: not active active f If not active, push the operating lever forward.
Switching the acoustic warning signal off f Push operating lever forward. Display:
When the ignition is switched on (engine switched on or off) or With doors closed and ignition key withdrawn, but only until a door is first opened.
B - Closing the lifting/sliding roof
f Press front of rocker switch B until lifting/sliding roof reaches the desired position.
Warning! Risk of serious personal injury and damage to the lifting/sliding roof during emergency operation. f Do not operate the lifting/sliding roof with the rocker switch during and after emergency operation. Before using emergency operation, please check whether defective fuses are the cause of the malfunction. f Please see the chapter ELECTRICAL SYSTEM on Page 257. Closing the sliding roof 1. Carefully unclip both covers A with a screwdriver. If the car is equipped with HomeLink, the HomeLink buttons must be carefully unclipped instead of the covers. 2. Unscrew the two screws B.
C - Lifting the lifting/sliding roof
f Press center of rocker switch C until lifting/ sliding roof reaches the desired position. One-touch operation f Touch the rocker switch C in the center. Lifting/sliding roof opens to its end position. Touch button again to stop in any position.
B - Lowering the lifting/sliding roof
Caution! Risk of damage to the lifting/sliding roof. f After emergency operation, do not operate the lifting/sliding roof using the rocker switch. f Drive slowly to an authorized Porsche dealer in order to have the fault remedied.
3. Fold down the cover of the lifting/sliding roof drive at the rear. Remove the Allen key (arrow) from its holder. 4. Insert the Allen key into the drive axle.
5. Press the Allen key into the drive axle, keep it pressed in and turn it clockwise until the lifting/sliding roof is closed. 6. Remove the Allen key. Close the cover and screw in the screws. 7. Have the fault remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer.
Brief operating instructions can be found on the back side of the drivers sun visor. f Please see the chapter CAR CARE INSTRUCTIONS on Page 224. Warning! When opening or closing the convertible top, serious personal injury may occur if a persons body parts are near or in the way of the convertible top mechanisms moving parts. f Make absolutely sure that nobody can be injured by the convertible-top mechanism or the convertible-top compartment lid. Do not operate convertible top: At temperatures below 32 F (0 C). When one side of the car is on a curb, a hoist or a jack. When items of luggage or other objects hinder the convertible top movement. With the rollbars extended.
Checking coolant level
The expansion tank with its filler orifice is in the engine compartment. f Check the coolant level regularly through the transparent expansion tank. When the engine is cold and the car is level the fluid level must lie between the MIN and MAX markings.
1. Switch engine off and let it cool. Please see the chapter COOLING SYSTEM on Page 120. 2. Cover the expansion tank cap with a thick rag. Open cap slowly and carefully and allow overpressure to escape. Then unscrew cap completely. 3. Only add a mixture of antifreeze and water in equal parts, and do not exceed the MAX mark. Antifreeze in coolant: 50% gives protection down to 31 F/35 C 60% gives protection down to 58 F/50 C 4. Screw cap firmly on. If in an emergency pure water has been added, the mix ratio must be corrected at an authorized Porsche dealer. Marked loss of coolant indicates leakage in the cooling system. The cause should immediately be remedied at an authorized Porsche dealer.
Topping off coolant
Warning! Danger of serious personal injury or death from scalding. Coolant is hazardous to your health, and may be fatal if swallowed. f Do not open the cap of the expansion tank while the engine is hot. f Allow the engine to cool down before opening the cap and protect your hands, arms and face from any possible escape of hot coolant. f Keep coolant out of childrens reach. f Also, keep coolant away from your pets. They can be attracted to it should there be a spill, or to used coolant left in an open container. Coolant can be deadly to pets if consumed.
f Please see the chapter EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN WORKING ON YOUR VEHICLE on Page 206. The cooling system is filled at the factory with a permanent coolant. It provides year-round protection from corrosion and freezing down to 31 F/35 C. f Only use antifreeze authorized by Porsche.
It is important to perform oil changes regularly in accordance with the intervals specified in the Maintenance booklet. Engine oil consumption It is normal for your engine to consume oil. The rate of oil consumption depends on the quality and viscosity of oil, the speed at which the engine is operated, the climate, road conditions as well as the amount of dilution and oxidation of the lubricant. If the vehicle is used for repeated short trips, and consumes a normal amount of oil, the engine oil measurement may not show any drop in the oil level at all, even after 600 miles (1,000 km) or more. This is because the oil is gradually becoming diluted with fuel or moisture, making it appear that the oil level has not changed. The diluting ingredients evaporate out when the vehicle is driven at high speeds, as on an expressway, making it then appear that oil is excessively consumed after driving at high speeds. If the conditions you drive your vehicle in are dusty, humid, or hot, the frequency of the oil change intervals should be greater.
Checking hydraulic fluid
f Please see the chapter EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN WORKING ON YOUR VEHICLE on Page 206. f Only use hydraulic fluid authorized by Porsche. Specification: Please see the chapter CAPACITIES on Page 290. Check the fluid level with the engine stopped and cold (approximately 68 F/20 C). 1. Open the engine compartment lid. 2. Open the reservoir cap. 3. Wipe measuring rod. Close cap and reopen. The fluid level should lie between the MIN and MAX marks. Add hydraulic fluid if necessary. 4. Close cap carefully. Close engine compartment lid. Noticeable loss of fluid indicates leakage in the system. The cause should be remedied immediately at an authorized Porsche dealer.
Power steering is assisted by hydraulic auxiliary forces. The hydraulic fluid reservoir is located in the engine compartment. Note The flow noise heard at full steering lock is designrelated and does not indicate a defect in the steering system.
A dirty air filter not only reduces engine performance, but can lead to premature engine wear. Regular filter replacement is part of the routine maintenance service. f In dusty conditions, check the filter element more frequently and replace if necessary.
Fluids/Oils for Manual Transmission and Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK)
The transmission fluids/oils have to be checked and changed at the intervals listed in your Maintenance Schedule. f Please see the chapter CAPACITIES on Page 290. Do not tow the car or run the engine without fluid/ oil in the transmission. The transmission may be damaged by even a tiny speck of dirt, only a clean funnel or spout must be used when adding fluid/ oil. We recommend that you have the fluids/oils changed at your Porsche dealer, who has the required lubricants and the necessary filling equipment. f If you suspect an oil leak in the transmission, have your authorized Porsche dealer check it out immediately.
Example of Inscription
Inscription on radial tire
A Tire size Example: P 295/30 ZR Y P - The tire is designed for Passenger vehicle. This information is not included on all tires. 295 - Indication of tire width in mm 30 - Indication of tire height to tire width ratio in percent
ZR - code letter for radial tires for speeds above 150 mph / 240 km/h There are currently no standards concerning tire strength at speeds above 150 mph (240 km/h). R - Belt type code letter for radial 19 - Indication of rim diameter in inches 100 - Load capacity coefficient Y - Speed code letter XL (Extra Load) - Tire with increased load rating
E Maximum Load rating The maximum load in kilograms and pounds can be carried by the tire. If you replace tires always use a tire that has the same maximum load rating as the factory installed tire. F Radial The identification indicates if the tire has radial structure. G Term of tubeless or tube tire Identification for tubeless tires.
Tip on driving Tires with a maximum speed rating that is lower than the specified maximum vehicle speed may be mounted only if they bear an M+S identification on the tire sidewall. f Please note that in addition to the winter tires, all-season and all-terrain tires are also subject to speed limits and bear this identification.
Inscription on light alloy wheels
Maintenance note f Protect the valve inserts against soiling with valve caps. Use only plastic valve caps. Soiled valve inserts can cause a gradual loss of air. Note on operation f The rim width in inches A and the rim offset F are visible from the outside. The information is inscribed on the back of the spokes near the tire valve.
Speed code letter
The speed code letter indicates the maximum permissible speed for the tire. This code letter is shown on the tire sidewall. T H V W Y (Y) = = = = = = up to 118 mph (190 km/h) up to 131 mph (210 km/h) up to 150 mph (240 km/h) up to 167 mph (270 km/h) up to 186 mph (300 km/h) up to 186 mph (300 km/h) as for Y tires. Speeds of more than 300 km/h (186 mph) are also possible at a maximum tire load capacity of 85 % (confirmation from tire manufacturer required for speeds of more than 186 mph (300 km/h)).
Safety compliance sticker
The safety compliance sticker is your assurance that your new Porsche complies with all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards which were in effect at the time the vehicle was manufactured. f The sticker also shows the month and year of production and the vehicle identification number of your car (perforations) as well as the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating and the Gross Axle Weight Rating.
The tire pressure plate is attached to the left-hand door aperture.
The engine number is stamped on the underside of the crankcase.
911 Carrera, 911 Carrera 4, 911 Targa Carrera S, 911 Carrera 4S, 911 Targa 4S 911 Carrera S, 911 Carrera 4S, 911 Targa 4S Power kit Carrera Type MA 102 Horizontally opposed engine, liquid cooled 6 3.82 in./97 mm 3.21 in./81.5 mm 220.5 cu. in./3614 cmhp/254 kW 6500 rpm 288 ft. lb./390 Nm 4400 rpm up to 1.5 liters/1000 km (1.6 quarts/622 miles) MA 101 Horizontally opposed engine, liquid cooled 6 4.02 in./102 mm 3.05 in./77.5 mm 231.9 cu. in./3800 cmhp/283 kW 6500 rpm 310 ft. lb./420 Nm 4400 rpm up to 1.5 liters/1000 km (1.6 quarts/622 miles) MA 101S Horizontally opposed engine, liquid cooled 6 4.02 in./102 mm 3.05 in./77.5 mm 231.9 cu. in./3800 cmhp/300 kW 7300 rpm 310 ft. lb./420 Nm 4400 - 5800 rpm up to 1.5 liters/1000 km (1.6 quarts/622 miles)
Number of cylinders Bore Stroke Cubic capacity Net-horsepower at crankshaft speed Net torque at crankshaft speed Engine oil consumption
Tires, Rims, Tracks 911 Carrera, 911 Carrera S
Tire Summer tires* front rear front rear front rear front rear front rear 235/40 ZR 18 (91Y) 265/40 ZR 18 (101Y) XL 235/35 ZR 19 (87Y) 295/30 ZR 19 (100Y) XL 235/35 ZR 19 (87Y) 305/30 ZR 19 (102Y) XL 235/40 R 18 91V M+S 265/40 R 18 97V M+S** 235/35 R 19 87V M+S 295/30 R 19 100V XL M+S Rim 8 J x 18 H2 10.5 J x 18 HJ x 19 HJ x 19 H2 8.5 J x 19 H2 11.5 J x 19 HJ x 18 H2 10.5 J x 18 HJ x 19 HJ x 19 H2 Rim offset 57 mm 60 mm 57 mm 67 mm 55 mm 67 mm 57 mm 60 mm 57 mm 67 mm Track 58.5 in./1486 mm 60.4 in./1534 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm 59.7 in./1516 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm 59.7 in./1516 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm 60.4 in./1534 mm 58.5 in./1486 mm 59.7 in./1516 mm
* 911 Carrera 4S, 911 Targa 4S: Summer tires 19-inch only
Danger! Installation of sizes not authorized by Porsche may have a dangerous effect on the driving stability and could result in serious personal injury or death. f Before mounting new tires, check with your Porsche dealer about the current release status.
Tire Pressures for cold tires (68 F / 20 C)
Summer and snow tires 911 Carrera, 911 Carrera S partially loaded (up to 2 persons without luggage) 34 psi (2.3 bar) 38 psi (2.6 bar) 34 psi (2.3 bar) 40 psi (2.7 bar) fully loaded (as of 2 persons with luggage) 37 psi (2.5 bar) 44 psi (3.0 bar) 37 psi (2.5 bar) 44 psi (3.0 bar)
18 inch wheels
front rear front rear
19 inch wheels
Summer and snow tires 911 Carrera 4, 911 Carrera 4S, 911 Targa 4, 911 Targa 4S partially loaded (up to 2 persons without luggage) 34 psi (2.3 bar) 37 psi (2.5 bar) 34 psi (2.3 bar) 37 psi (2.5 bar) fully loaded (as of 2 persons with luggage) 37 psi (2.5 bar) 44 psi (3.0 bar) 37 psi (2.5 bar) 44 psi (3.0 bar)
These tire filling pressures apply only to the tire makes and types approved by Porsche. Please see the chapter TIRES/WHEELS on Page 235. Please see the chapter TPM TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING on Page 143. Technical Data
Use only fluids and fuels authorized by Porsche. Your authorized Porsche dealer will gladly advise you. Your Porsche has been designed so that it is not necessary to mix any additives with oils or fuels. Engine Coolant Manual transmission and differential Porsche Doppelkupplung Wheel set Porsche Doppelkupplung Clutch/hydraulic fluid Fuel tank Fuel quality Oil change quantity with oil filter approx. 7.9 quarts / 7.5 liters Please see the chapter ENGINE OIL on Page 208. approx. 7.63 - 8.32 U.S. gallons / 28.9 - 31.5 liters approx. 3.17 quarts / 3.0 liters transmission oil Mobilube PTX Formula A (SAE 75W-90) GL 4.5 approx. 3.12 quarts / 2.95 liters ATF transmission oil Mobilube PTX Formula A (SAE 75W-90) GL 4.5 approx. 5.49 quarts / 5.2 liters Pentosin Gear Oil FFL Carrera, 911 Carrera S: approx. 16.9 U.S. gallons / 64 liters 911 Carrera 4, 911 Carrera 4S, 911 Targa 4, 911 Targa 4S: approx. 17.7 U.S. gallons / 67 liters Your engine is designed to provide optimum performance and fuel economy using unleaded premium fuel with an octane rating of 98 RON (93 CLC or AKI). Porsche therefore recommends the use of these fuels in your vehicle. Porsche also recognizes that these fuels may not always be available. Be assured that your vehicle will operate properly on unleaded premium fuels with octane numbers of at least 95 RON (90 CLC or AKI), since the engines Electronic Oktane knock control will adapt the ignition timing, if necessary. approx. 1.35 quarts / 1.27 liters hydraulic fluid Pentosin CHF 11 S or Pentosin CHF 202 0.48 quarts / 0.45 liters; use only Original Porsche brake fluid approx. 6.3 quarts / 6 liters with headlight washer
Sports bucket seat..32 Sports seat..31 Standard seat..31 Ventilation..36 Seat memory Operating with the remote control..34 Operation with person buttons.33 Selector lever position..112, 114 Selector lever position indicator, PDK transmission..171 Service..133 SET Basic setting on on-board computer.155 Shift indicator..119 Shifting gears Drive-Off Assistant.169 Manual transmission..168 Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK).170 Side light, front..277 Side marker light..80, 276 Side vents..109 Sliding glass roof..200 Sliding roof..178 Snow chains..243 Snow tires..242 Socket..257 Spacers...255 Spare key...15 Speed code letter..244 Speed control..87 Automatic..86 Indicator light..116 Speed limit...129, 244 Speedometer..118 Spoiler..69
Sport Chrono Plus package CHRONO stopwatch..136 Sport mode..64 Sport mode..68 PDK transmission..172 Switching on/off.64 Switching PASM on/off.69 Sport plus mode..64 Sport tires..4 Sports bucket seat..32 Sports chassis..298 Sports exhaust system..57 Sports seat..31 Sport-type running gear.298 Stability management system.66 Standard seat..31 Starter switch..74 Starting...75 Starting engine..77 Steam cleaners..224 Steering column Locking..75 Steering lock..74 Steering wheel Adjustment..37 Function keys..39 Heating..38 Lock...75 Multi functional..39 PDK shift buttons..170 Stopping engine..78 Stopwatch..136 Storage options..91 Storage possibilities..91
Storing your Porsche.. 231 Sun visors.. 40 Suspension management.. 69
Tachometer.. 119 Tail light... 277 Tank.. 215, 216, 290 Ventilation system. 217 Targa.. 200 Technical data.. 286 TEL Telephone information. 133 Telephone.. 100 Temperature setting.. 106, 107 Temperature, outside indicator..123 Test stand, measurements.. 68 Theft protection.. 14 Tire Care.. 239 Damage..239 Designations.. 243 Pressure plate. 237 Replacements.. 240 Traction..238 Wear.. 238 Tire filling compressor.. 96 Tire pressure Compressor... 96 Tire pressure monitoring Warning light.. 151 Wheels.. 241 Tire pressure monitoring (TPM)..143 Tires. 10, 235, 287, 288 Care.. 235
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